Modern Slavery Statement

Modern Slavery Statement

European Valuations – Modern Slavery Statement

European Valuations (the ‘Company’ ) is committed to ensuring that there is no slavery or human trafficking in any part of the business or supply chains.

This statement is made pursuant to s.54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and sets out the steps that the Group has taken to ensure that modern slavery or human trafficking is not taking place within its business or supply chains.

Our risk analysis

The principal activities of the Company are that of asset appraisal, advisory and disposal services. The activities undertaken by the business encompasses several sectors including retail, wholesale, manufacturing and professional services.

Whilst the supply chains across these sectors differ, based on the due diligence and analysis carried out to date we consider that the Company is currently at a low risk of slavery and human trafficking in both the context of our own business and our supply chains.

Our policy towards slavery and human trafficking

The Company is a responsible business which is committed to acting with integrity and maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards in all our business relationships, including our supplier relationships.

We have a zero-tolerance policy towards slavery and human trafficking and we require our leadership teams, our employees and our suppliers to take a similar approach. This approach is communicated to relevant stakeholders in the business and the strategy to implement it is reviewed and updated, as necessary, to reflect any changes to our structure or how we undertake our business.

Our approach is tailored to our market and the supply chain it operates in, including:

  • Employee Policies and procedures covering matters such as Harassment, Disciplinary policy; Whistleblowing Policy;
  • Training on slavery and human trafficking risks and the requirements of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 is available to all directors and staff
  • Suppliers, Sub-Contractors and Service Providers are required to adopt appropriate labour policies and be able to demonstrate that concrete steps have been undertaken to implement these labour policies.

This statement has been approved by the Directors of European Valuations